Wissenschaft Elektroakustischer Musik [WEM]




Morphology is the general configuration, form and material of sonic events as they are perceived. The term particularly refers to the evolution of sounds through time. Applied to soundscape studies, it refers to changes in groups of sounds with similar forms or functions when considered historically or geographically.


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Budon, Osvaldo (2000). Composing with Objects, Networks, and Time Scales: An Interview with Horacio Vaggione
Criton, Pascale (2005). Mutation and Processuality in the Musical Thought of Horacio Vaggione
Dack, John (1998b). Systematising the Unsystematic
Desantos, Sandra (1997). Acousmatic Morphology: An Interview with François Bayle
Paine, Garth (2004). Gesture and Musical Interaction: Interactive Engagement Through Dynamic Morphology
Palombini, Carlos (1993b). Pierre Schaeffer’s Typo-Morphology of Sonic Objects
PATTON, Kevin (2007). Morphological notation for interactive electroacoustic music
Risset, Jean-Claude (2005b). Horacio Vaggione: Towards a Syntax of Sound
Roads, Curtis (2005). The Art of Articulation: The Electroacoustic Music of Horacio Vaggione
Sedes, Anne (2005). Aspects of Time in the Music of Horacio Vaggione
Smalley, Denis (1995b). La spectromorphology: une explication des formes du son
Solomos, Makis (2005). An Introduction to Horacio Vaggione’s Musical and Theoretical Thought
Soulez, Antonia, Vaggione, Horacio (2005). Composing, Listening
Thomas, Jean-Christophe (1999). L’imagination matérielle dans les musique concrètes. Avant-propos du langage des objets au langage des choses, deux mots sur la révolution baylienne (II)
Vaggione, Horacio (1991). Jeux d’espaces : conjonctions et disjonctions
Vaggione, Horacio (1998a). L’espace composable. Sur quelques catégories opératoires dans la musique électroacoustique
Vaggione, Horacio (1998b). Transformations Morphologiques et Echelles Temporelles
Vaggione, Horacio (2005). Notes on {Atem}
Young, John (2002a). The Interaction of Sound Identities in Electroacoustic Music